Friday, November 25, 2011

Drupal 8

Sensio Labs announces that Drupal 8 CMS will be based on Symfony2 components.

Drupal, the CMS behind millions of websites, including the White House website, is getting a core infrastructure overhaul to optimize its code base. Drupal developers decided to go with an existing open source solution instead of creating a new project. "We decided to use a few components from Symfony2," Drupal creator Dries Buytaert tells CMSWire. "We'll continue to use components from PHP frameworks — not necessarily limited to Symfony2 — where we see a good fit."

Drupal 8

Some other big changes are planned for Drupal 8. Most of the templates and theme functions will be revamped, along with implementing new form input types and elements to convert Drupal to HTML5. In addition to the focus on HTML5, other core initiatives for Drupal 8 include an improved process for designing Drupal themes and improved Drupal core support for using multiple languages for content, structure and interface.

Drupal 8 should also be more mobile-friendly, with responsive themes and improved front-end performance.

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